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Genre  Drama, Romance
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Country  United States
Director  Penryn Stanlaws
Story by  Cynthia Stockley
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Language  Silent (English intertitles)
Writer  Sonya Levien, Ewart Adamson
Release date  September 24, 1922
Screenplay  Sonya Levien, Ewart Adamson, J.E. Nash
Cast  Adolphe Menjou (Louis Barney), Bebe Daniels (Lorraine Temple), Anna Q Nilsson (Lady Margot Cork), Raymond Hatton (Jim Wingate), Guy Oliver (Markus Escher)
Similar movies  Interrupted Melody (1955), The Great Caruso (1951), State Fair (1933), Oklahoma! (1955), The Brat (1931)

Pink Gods is a lost 1922 American silent melodrama film produced by Famous Players-Lasky and distributed by Paramount Pictures. It was directed by Penrhyn Stanlaws and starred Bebe Daniels and Adolphe Menjou. The source for the film scenario was the short story Pink Gods and Blue Demons by Cynthia Stockley.

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The film was released the same day as Manslaughter in which Pink Gods cast members Raymond Hatton and Guy Oliver also appear.

Cast

  • Bebe Daniels as Lorraine Temple
  • James Kirkwood as John Quelch
  • Anna Q. Nilsson as Lady Margot Cork
  • Raymond Hatton as Jim Wingate
  • Adolphe Menjou as Louis Barney
  • Guy Oliver as Mark Escher
  • George Cowl as Colonel Pat Temple
  • Arthur Trimble as Dick Cork
  • References

    Pink Gods Wikipedia
    Pink Gods IMDb


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